WALTHAM, Mass. - "Be a little different; balance your life and remember: it's not all about the money." Thus was the advice given to Bentley College graduates by Barry and Eliot Tatelman of Jordan's Furniture Saturday morning during the college's 84th undergraduate commencement ceremony.
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Joseph G. Morone, PhD, President of Bentley College, has been elected Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Tufts-New England Medical Center and its Floating Hospital for Children.
WALTHAM, Mass. - Kelly Shea, an MBA student from Arlington, MA, was recently named winner of the 2003 Entrepreneurial Studies Business Plan Competition, sponsored by the department of Management at Bentley College. Shea's plan entitled "HR Help for QSR (Quick Service Professional) Folk" focused on the fast-food industry. She also received a $2,500 prize.
WALTHAM, Mass. - Catherine Yang, director of Client Services at Bentley College, was named as a 2003 Frye Institute Fellow. Yang, one of only 46 chosen from around the world, will attend the intensive, two-week residential program at Emory University in Atlanta this June.
WALTHAM, Mass. - Bentley College is pleased to announce three winners for this year's W. Michael Hoffman Essay Prize in Business Ethics. Matthew Gross (West Hartford, CT), a senior majoring in Corporate Finance & Accounting, and MBA students Elizabeth Bierman (Cedar Rapids, IA) and Shannon Wilz, received prizes in the competition administered by Bentley's Center for Business Ethics.
WALTHAM, Mass. - Bentley College undergraduate students took home a first place trophy for the fifth consecutive year in the annual management case analysis competition at the Society for Advancement of Management (SAM) meeting in Orlando, Florida.
WALTHAM, MA -- Jill Perry, director of the Cronin International Center at Bentley College, will spend three weeks in Germany this spring on a Fulbright Scholar Program. Perry was selected as one of 25 participants from a national application pool.